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The founders: the story of Paypal and the entrepreneurs who shaped Silicon Valley by Soni, Jimmy

Publication: New York Simon & Schuster 2022 . xx,474 p.: col.ill. 29 Date: 2022

This book kindles the spirit of entrepreneurship. Its a must-read for people passionate about building startups.

When McKinsey comes to town: the hidden influence of the world's most powerful consulting firm by Bogdanich, Walt

Publication: New York Penguin Random House 2022 . 354p. 29 Date: 2022

Interesting negative take on the work done by McKinsey.

No filter: the inside story of how Instagram transformed business, celebrity and our culture by Frier, Sarah

Publication: London Random House Business 2020 . xxii, 326 p. 29 Date: 2020

Must-read book for Instagram users :)

The alchemist by Coelho, Paulo

Publication: Noida HarperCollins Publishers 1988 . 161 p. 29 Date: 1988

The Alchemist is a fantastic book and the storytelling is beautiful.

To kill a mockingbird by Lee, Harper

Publication: London Arrow Books 2010 . 309 p. 29 Date: 2010

all time classic

Siddhartha's brain: unlocking the ancient science of enlightenment by Kingsland, James

Publication: New York William Morrow 2016 . 343 p. 29 Date: 2016

An astonishing accessible and well-written book on the science behind meditation and mindfulness.

Wild: a journey from lost to found on the Pacific crest trail by Strayed, Cheryl

Publication: London Atlantic Books 2013 . 315 p. 29 Date: 2013

The most beautiful book about self-discovery that I've ever read. Glad that this was the last book that I read before leaving IIMA. A story about exploring yourself and sorting your life by using a hiking trail and nature's beauty as a crutch.

My way: success mantras of 12 achievers

Publication: New Delhi Rupa Publications India 2014 . xviii, 142 p. 29 Date: 2014

Wonderful book...

Siddhartha: an Indian tale by Hesse, Hermann

Publication: New York Simon & Brown 2010 . 99 p. 29 Date: 2010

This book is like a mirror. Whoever reads it will find themselves as Siddhartha. Given the way it encapsulates a lifetime experience with a simultaneous appeal to both logic and emotion, there are great lessons that we all can learn from this book.

Everybody lies: big data, new data, and what the internet can tell us about who we really are by Stephens-Davidowitz, Seth

Publication: New York Dey Street Books 2017 . xi, 338 p. 29 Date: 2017

An extraordinary book talks about how we can use big data to find out our everyday lies to others and ourselves. The book points out the wisdom that we have lost in the information era. The negative aspects of the era and positive aspects of data science to humanity also discussed.

The alchemist by Coelho, Paulo

Publication: Noida HarperCollins Publishers 1988 . 161 p. 29 Date: 1988

Feel like a travel...Excited to dive in...

Roald Dahl and his chocolate factory by Donkin, Andrew

Publication: Scholastic Children's Books 2009 . 192 p. 29 Date: 2009

very funny and terrible\horrible........ nice writer

The metamorphosis by Kafka, Franz

Publication: United States of America Tribeca Books 2010 . 74 p. 29 Date: 2010

Felt like Gregor Samsa (The main character in the novel) is a shadow of the author(Franz Kafka). His identity crises turns to a world classic, that exist beyond time.....

Tuesdays with morrie: an old man, a young man, and life's greatest lesson by Albom, Mitch

Publication: London Sphere 1997 . 210 p. 29 Date: 1997

A perfect gift that one can give to his or her Teacher....Love Morrie and Mitch.....

The goal: a business graphic novel by Goldratt, Eliyahu M.

Publication: New York Routledge 2018 . 129p. 29 Date: 2018

This book is a good handholding guide to explain the concept of TOC. It gave me a lot of clarity on my work as a LEAN Consultant. Must Read for all Operations Managers.

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